At HPED's request, the Township applied for and received a HUD grant to landscape the walkway between Wagner Real Estate and Lizelle's Bridal Salon which leads to the Oakmont South Municipal Parking Lot.
The walkway, modeled after one in Bryn Mawr, will include a brick path lined by gardens and enhanced lighting. The work will begin this summer.
In addition to the walkway, the Township has received state funds to do streetscape improvements in Oakmont South between Brick & Brew and Wagner Real Estate. This project will include historic-style street lights.
The parking lot will be redone to include several more parking spaces and meters will be exchanged for a central metering station.
"As our business community continues to grow, the Township is committed to exploring infrastructure improvements to our business districts," explains 3rd Ward Commissioner Kevin McCloskey. "We are excited about the improvements we will be making in 2018!"